Elon Musk made a post today about Satoshi Nakamoto, the much-anticipated Bitcoin founder.
Twitter post of Elon Musk
Musk, using the letters of brands such as Samsung, Toshiba, Nakamichi, Motorola, humorously commemorated Bitcoin and its creator. This tweet of Musk also aroused excitement in the cryptocurrency community.
It was a surprise that everyone was attempting to figure out who Satoshi Nakamoto was until Elon Musk revealed that it was the letters of Japanese firms. It came as a huge surprise to everyone. Satoshi Nakamoto is the creator of bitcoin and the author of the bitcoin white paper, as well as the creator and deployer of bitcoin’s first reference implementation. He is the one who invented the blockchain database. There is no clear verification of his identification, but he claims to have been born on April 5, 1975, and to be of Japanese descent.
With his colleagues, he established the bitcoin.org website, which detailed the digital currency. This cleared the path for what we now know as a peer-to-peer electronic cash system.
Bitcoin was already on the rise after the mistakenly published statements of US Treasury Secretary Yellen. It is eagerly awaited whether Musk’s tweet about Bitcoin will have an impact on the price.
Bitcoin (BTC) Rises Above $41,000 After Yellen’s Crypto Statement Is Released
US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s statement on President Joe Biden’s executive order on digital assets talks about efforts to support innovation while addressing risks in the industry.
Bitcoin (BTC) was bullish in the early hours of Wednesday. This came after the statements of US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen were accidentally published prematurely. Yellen’s statement was published the day before and was quickly deleted. The statement included details of Biden’s forthcoming executive order: Calling for a “coordinated and comprehensive approach to digital asset policy.”
According to Yellen’s statement, the executive order will “address the risks associated with illegal financing, protect consumers and investors, and prevent threats to the financial system and the broader economy,” as well as “address the risks associated with illegal financing, protect consumers and investors, and prevent threats to the financial system and the broader economy.” Yellen also lays out the Treasury Department’s next steps in understanding and regulating digital assets. “The Treasury will collaborate with its cross-agency colleagues to create a report on the future of money and payment systems,” Yellen said in a statement.
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